The Dallas Office of Economic Development is here to partner with you on your project, big or small. When you’re ready to discuss your export business or development needs, contact us: Dallas is centrally located, connected to North America’s key markets by highway, rail and air. Within 48 hours, 98% of the US population can be reached by truck. By plane, all major North American cities can be reached in 3.5 hours or less. BNSF, UP and KCS railroads combined operate four intermodal facilities in the DFW region. Local exporters can access Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, the tenth busiest cargo airport in the US, the regional Port of Entry for customs clearance and home to a full range of on-site logistics support services. The City of Dallas is home to over 203.5 million square feet of manufacturing, logistics and warehousing space, a local workforce of 3.7 million, and innovative public-private partnerships that can meet your needs, big or small.
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